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Residential Landscape Design

Landscape design is the art of developing a property for its greatest use and enjoyment. Effective landscape design is also a science because it involves understanding the environment around your home and selecting plants that perfo…

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Pierce’s Disease Resistant Grapes In Alabama

Pierce’s Disease (PD) is a serious threat to the cultivation of grapes in the United States, especially in the warmer, southern regions. Recently, the UC Davis grape breeding program developed new European (Vitis vinifera) grape selection…

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Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage Insurance

In this video, Brittney Goodrich, an Alabama Extension specialist and member of the farm and agribusiness management team, discusses  pasture, rangeland, and forage insurance (PRF). PRF is an insurance product offered nationwide by the USD…

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Everyday Water Conservation

While Alabama averages 55 inches of rain per year, the state also experiences drought. These may be flash droughts that last a few months or long term droughts that continue for a year or more. Since drought is a gradual onset of conditions…

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Alabama Industrial Hemp Program Registration Opens in October

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Registration for the 2020 Alabama Industrial Hemp Program opens Oct 7. Growers, processors, handlers and universities will have until Nov. 14 to submit applications.
Documentation Required
Dennis Delaney, team le…

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Crop Pest Alert: Peanut, Vegetable, and Hemp Insect Pests

As many crops are close to harvest, normally, treatment for insect pests may not make sense. However, drought conditions in the eastern half of the state have worsened in recent weeks, which is favorable for both chewing and sucking insect …

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Late Season Insect Control in Hemp

Caterpillars have emerged as a significant pest of industrial hemp, Cannabis sativa, in Alabama this first growing season. While we have found multiple caterpillar species on hemp throughout the season, the primary pest causing damage this …

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History of Alabama Cooperative Extension System

Extension has a long and proud history of service to the people of Alabama. In 1906, four people were appointed to do farm demonstration work, a forerunner of what would become known as Extension programs. Created by an Act of Congress in 1…

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Childhood Obesity: Causes and Strategies to Combat

ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY, Ala. – September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. This month, health professionals focus on providing information and resources on healthy eating and physical activity as well as the contributing fa…

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Our Commitment

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System is committed to welcoming diversity and inclusion. Alabama Extension is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. It is our policy to provide equal employment opportunities for all individual…

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Employment Opportunities

Alabama Extension operates as a system employing both Alabama A&M and Auburn University employees. Our unique structure offers opportunities at two of Alabama’s premiere institutions. All positions operate under the purview of the syste…

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Join the Team

Alabama Extension inspires, educates, and transforms our communities. Our employees do so by delivering research from the campuses of Alabama A&M and Auburn Universities to all counties in the state of Alabama. We invite you to join a t…

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Alabama Association of County Agricultural Agents and Specialists

AACAAS is geared towards Extension educators and other professionals who work in agriculture, horticulture, forestry, and natural resources, 4-H youth develo…

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Soybean Rust Update–September 20, 2019

Soybean rust has been detected in 43 of the state’s 67 counties. The rust pathogen, Phakospora pachyrhiza, has been found in commercial fields as far north as Limestone, Madison and DeKalb counties as of September 19. There was significant…

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